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... upon a beautiful patch of grass with chairs and tables-a "Gun Club" which was closed for the summer holidays!! Awesome!
This morning, after some very pleasant cycling hours along a myriad of different trails, we made it to Moss by lunchtime, where we took another ferry across to Horten-where we've booked into a campsite to do our laundry, charge our devices and generally clean up!
We understand there's some pretty strenuous cycling in store over the next month in ...
... and made three phone calls but eventually had to admit defeat saying that everyone in Norway has a washing machine – have done for years, so there is no call for a laundrette. She did refer us to a dry cleaners cum laundry, but they wanted 65 NOK a kilo to wash, dry and fold our bedding, towels and smalls, that would work out at over £40 for the bag – so I guess tomorrow’s challenge is ...
In the months since I've been back in the States, I've noticed that this blog still gets more than 100 visits a month. So, as a reward to you all who still visit it, I'd like to share some photos with you!
Before we jump to the pictures, I'd like to comment a little on the impact that studying abroad has had and continues to have on my life. It's funny how in life, lack of exposure to things different ...
Alright! So here's the first of three final entries. The two that follow will cover the 17th of May (Norwegian Constitution Day) and a wrap up on the whole study aboard experience.
Today we're going to go on a photo journey of a day trip I took across the fjord to the city of Horten. Griffin, Ashley, and I took a trip there earlier in the semester, returning minutes before we froze solid. It was because we'd only spent ...
As of a couple of hours ago, I am officially an alumnus of the American College of Norway! Thus ends my studying abroad. Now I am just abroad, free to do as I wish, not constrained by pencils and books.
We had something of a "graduation" ceremony at five, where the administration said their bit on how awesome we are and so on. And of course, emotions were high as this ...